EDITOR'S NOTE: You've arrived at the CBJ Power Rankings, our weekly breakdown of the top-five players, statistics, trends and many other Blue Jackets-related categories. If you're looking for the traditional power rankings, you've come to the wrong place. We'll go in-depth and outside the box, and hopefully give you something to think about.
This week, we're looking at the five guys who are consistently getting pucks to the net and creating chances - those are the Blue Jackets' shot leaders through the season's first 60 games. Some names in this week's rankings will not surprise you and others might be a bit unexpected, but they are the players responsible for jump-starting an offense that was sputtering earlier in the season.
Let's take a look at the Jackets' leaders in shots on goal...
2013-14 TOTALS: 163 SOG in 60 GP
One big reason why Johansen is in the midst of a breakout offensive season is that he's been shooting the puck - and doing so with regularity and authority. He's got one of the best releases on the team and his wicked wrister has netted him some clutch goals this season (24 to this point).